Definition of Drogheda in English:


Line breaks: Dro|gheda
Pronunciation: /ˈdrɔɪɪdə
A port in the NE Republic of Ireland; population 35,090 (2006). In 1649 the inhabitants were massacred after refusing to surrender to Oliver Cromwell’s forces.

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